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GENERAL COLLEGE ANNOUNCEMENTS

MOVIE NIGHT
BYU will be showing Pixar's Up and giving out free ice cream this Friday evening, July 8, on the SWKT quad. Games start at 8:00, and the movie starts at dusk.

UNIVERSITY DEVOTIONAL
TUES, JULY 12 // 11AM // DE JONG CONCERT HALL 
Brad Wilcox, of the Department of Teacher Education, will give the university devotional.

HAVE YOU HEARD THE NEWS?
You can read about the latest research and events in CPMS on the College's news page. You'll find familiar faces and maybe even a research group that you'd like to get involved in.

SCHOLARSHIPS AND GRANTS

CPMSTV VIDEO CLIP

Photonic crystals hidden in the scales of a Brazilian beetle may be templates for faster computer chips.

Visit our Vimeo page for more great college videos.

JOBS, INTERNSHIPS, AND DEPARTMENT NEWS

We've sorted these by department for your ease and comfort. To apply for any specific job or internship, simply click the link. You will then be prompted to log into your eRecruiting account. If you don't have an account yet, you'll first need to create one through the same link. Contact BYU with any questions: recruiting@byu.edu or call 801.422.8085.

FOREIGN SERVICE CONSULAR ADJUDICATOR
US DEPT OF STATE – CHINA OR BRAZIL
Process visas, investigate potentially fraudulent activities and manage sensitive/classified information.
Apply by 8/31/2011

A complete list of internships and job opportunities can be found on eRecruiting.

UPCOMING INFORMATION SESSIONS
Employers regularly visit BYU looking to hire students. Find out who's coming to campus and how you can learn more about their company and job openings.

INTERVIEW SCHEDULES
Sign up for interviews with companies that will be on campus hiring BYU students.

LAB CHEMIST
METABOLIC MAINTENANCE PRODUCTS – SISTERS, OR
Duties include analysis by ICP-OES, HPLC, GC, FT/IR, TLC, TG/DTA, UV/VIS and USP wet bench testing in a cGMP laboratory environment. Mentor technicians and provide data and reports to management on test results. 
Apply by 8/31/2011

There was 1 new job posted this week for Chemistry majors on eRecruiting.

CANCER RESEARCH WORKSHOP
THURS, JULY 14 // 10AM // C107 BNSN
Dr. Matt Peterson will present on nucleotides as versatile templates for anticancer drug design.

PREDICTING PREMATURE BIRTHS
Though more than one in 10 American babies are born prematurely, there have been few clues to predict if a particular baby is going to arrive too early — until now.

SOFTWARE ENGINEER INTERN
BOXWORKS TECHNOLOGIES - SLC, UT
Work under the supervision of project leaders to define, analyze and design system solutions. Write program specifications and make configuration and programming changes. Also, organize technical documentation for new and existing applications.
Apply by 7/15/2011

There were 8 new jobs posted this week for Computer Science majors on eRecruiting. Many CS jobs and internships are posted on the CS job board rather than eRecruiting. Click here to view.

PHD QUALIFYING PRESENTATION
THURS, JULY 14 // 11AM // 1110 TMCB
Scott Burton will present on using clustering to pre-prune useless association rules in questionnaire data.

MS THESIS DEFENSE
FRI, JULY 22 // 10AM // 1110 TMCB
David Ripplinger will defend his thesis on modeling wireless networks for rate control.

MS THESIS PROPOSAL
THURS, JULY 28 // 10AM // 1110 TMCB
Richard Lee will present on the feasibility of TCP for wireless mesh networks.

GEOLOGIST
UTAH GEOLOGICAL SURVEY - SLC, UT
Work on grant-funded geologic investigation and be responsible for preparing and running rock samples on x-ray analytical equipment in the UGS lab. Interpret and summarize results of lab tests.  
Apply by 7/17/2011

There were no new jobs posted this week for Geology majors on eRecruiting.

NO UPCOMING EVENTS


INFORMATION ANALYST INTERN
UTAH RETIREMENT SYSTEMS - SLC, UT
Provide administrative support for the investments department and gather critical data for risk management systems. Assist senior staff in generating reports, providing supplemental performance and risk analysis, and maintaining new and ongoing projects.  
Apply by 7/15/2011

There were 2 new jobs posted this week for Mathematics majors on eRecruiting.

PREPARE FOR THE PUTNAM EXAM
TUES & THURS // 3PM // 136 TMCB
Brush up on your skills for the Putnam exam this summer in Math 391R. You do not need to be signed up for the class to come and participate. Read more about BYU's involvement in the competition here.

COURSE CHANGE
Beginning Fall 2011, Math 119 will only be available through Independent Study. Instead of this course, Math 116: Essentials of Calculus and Math 118: Finite Mathematics will be offered.

MATH TEACHER
AMERICAN FALLS SCHOOL DISTRICT - AMERICAN FALLS, ID
American Falls High School is currently in need of a full-time math teacher and a combination math/chemistry teacher for the 2011-2012 school year.
Apply by 7/18/2011

There were no new jobs posted this week for Mathematics Education majors on eRecruiting.

NO UPCOMING EVENTS

ERP TECHNICAL SPECIALIST
CODE CORPORATION - BLUFFDALE, UT
Implement and support the corporation's ERP system to enhance the business functionality and overall process performance. Provide technical expertise, guidance, presentation and instruction on ERP products.
Apply by 7/25/2011

There were 3 new job posted this week for Physics & Astronomy majors on eRecruiting.

NEW PHYSICS COURSE
Beginning Fall 2011, the department will be offering Physics 313R, Biophysics: The Physics of Life. Students from all majors are welcome to learn basic life processes using elementary physics.

PLANETARIUM SCHEDULE
The planetarium will be closed for maintenance from June 20 until August 31 and will reopen in the fall.

INFORMATION ANALYST INTERN
UTAH RETIREMENT SYSTEMS – SLC, UT
Provide administrative support for the investments department and gather critical data for risk management systems. Assist senior staff in generating reports, providing supplemental performance and risk analysis, and maintaining new and ongoing projects.
Apply by 7/15/2011

There were 3 new jobs posted this week for Statistics majors on eRecruiting.

NO UPCOMING EVENTS

SAVING MONEY: IS IT WORTH IT?
What will taxpayers do to save a few bucks? Using the unique tax records in Utah, Scott Grimshaw is measuring just how far we’ll go.


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